For each of the following determine(1) whether it is an argument. if it is an ar

For each of the following determine(1) whether it is an argument. if it is an argument then (2) identify conclusion, and (3) indicate whether it is inductive or deductive.a. that eight- foot crocodile looks ferocious with its huge teeth and mean eyesb. that crocodile hasn’t eaten for two weeks, so it is probably hungryc. although many people think that global warming is caused by human it is really just a part of earth’s natural cycle.d. it was so hot yesterday that i couldn’t work in the garden, but it is suppose to be cooler today.e.atmospheric carbon dioxide has increase substantially since 1800 and it is known to have a “greenhouse” effect, so it is likely that global warming is the result of burning fossil fuel.f. it was so hot yesterday that i couldn’t work in the garden, but it is suppose to be cooler today.g. yesterday’s heat broke a record since it was 104 and the previous high was only 103h. anyone who either insults his or her boss or cant use email properly deserves to be fired. I can’t use email properly so i deserve to be fired.i. The forest fire was caused by arson, since it could only have been caused by arson or lightning, and it definitely wasn’t caused by lightning.j. if i take up smoking, my health insurance rates will go up and i’ll also get sick.

The alternate dependency account…Question 15 options:a) claims that morality o

The alternate dependency account…Question 15 options:a) claims that morality originates in God’s nature, and as an account, it claims to be able to avoid the objections to traditional divine command theory, but not the objections to the autonomy thesis.b) claims that morality does not originate in God’s nature, and as an account, it claims to be able to avoid neither the objections to traditional divine command theory nor the objections to the autonomy thesis.c) claims that morality originates in God’s nature, and as an account, it claims to be able to avoid the objections to the autonomy thesis, but not the objections to divine command theory.d) claims that morality originates in God’s nature, and as an account, it claims to be able to avoid the objections to traditional divine command theory and also the objections to the autonomy thesis.Save

Part 1: What does it take to be a good Hindu? A good Christian? A good Muslim or

Part 1: What does it take to be a good Hindu? A good Christian? A good Muslim or Buddhist or Jew?Each great religious tradition offers guidance for living a joyful and fulfilling life.Compile a matrix (using the blank matrix available in the Shared Documents section) that compares the basic origin, beliefs, understanding, components, and precepts (commandments) of the five major religions. Include moral duties and prohibitions, ceremonial obligations, and general principles of ethical behavior toward other people.There may be a degree of overlap among some religions. An obvious example would be prohibitions against murder in both Judaism and Christianity.Information in the table should be in your own words rather than copied form an outside source. Please list any your references you used to construct your table following the essay in the appropriate APA format. Please use at least three references.Part 2: After you have compiled your matrix, write an essay of 350 to 500 words in length that synthesizes the information in your matrix into some general conclusions. You should point out what the different religions (Dharmic and Abrahamic) have in common and draw conclusions about the commonalities.How do these differences or commonalities affect the way you interact with fellow employees now and in the future?Similarly, you should point out where these differ and offer an analysis of those differences.